Milpitas Community Briefings for the week of March 4 – The Mercury News

Historic Installation Dinner

The Milpitas Historical Society installed its new board of directors on February 17 at the Italian restaurant Giorgio in Milpitas. The dinner was the company’s first since the pandemic began two years ago.

Milpitas Mayor Richard Tran presided over the directors’ swearing-in ceremony and presented the Key to the City awards to incoming Chairman Bill Hare, Santa Clara Water District Board Member Richard Santos, and Bud LoMonaco, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Silicon Valley Crime Stoppers.

Incoming Treasurer Joseph Ehardt received the Honorary Service Award from the Milpitas Historical Society and received a Certificate of Recognition from the California Legislative Assembly by the office of Assemblyman Alex Lee.

Besides Hare and Ehardt, the historical society leaders for 2022 are Vice President Catherine Pelizzari and Secretary Carolyn Tiernan.

Challenging event

Silicon Valley Clean Energy, a Sunnyvale-based nonprofit that distributes electricity generated by solar panels and wind turbines, among other sources, is hosting its second “Empower Silicon Valley” youth film competition. The competition challenges local high school students to create short films that envision a future where clean energy is the norm. There will be an online event to launch the contest on March 10 at 6 p.m. To learn more and register, visit SVCleanEnergy.org/Empower-SV.

Zone Haven Webinar

The next Zonehaven webinar – an event where residents can learn how to use the new online tool that local agencies will use in the event of evacuation orders – will take place on Wednesday, March 9 at 6:30 p.m. The webinar is free for all the residents. To register, visit sccfd.eventbrite.com or call 408-341-4425.

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